An extremely popular issue, it gets its name from the 94 tiny stars around the border of the reverse die. As is typical for the date, the reverse is of a much lower grade than the obverse but the obverse is so nice that it carries the piece to a VG8.
Gorgeous remaining red tints in the obverse fields with bright golden red reverse surfaces. One of the finest in existence for this key date in the middle Large Cent years, a few scattered spots account for the color designation, but we have seen darker, less attractive pieces designated as "Red" in recent years. Tied with 2 other pieces at PCGS as the finest graded.
Original and flashy proof with an Eagle Eye Seal of Approval. A rare and underrated proof issue of just 200 coins that is vastly undervalued in comparison to the key 1856 proof cent.
The 1910-S is a better S-mint to locate with the Red designation that is impossible to find in higher grades. This lovely reddish-orange example is a stunning example of what a superb gem should look like. Dripping with luster and eye appeal, this piece is ideal for the Registry collector!
From a mintage of only four pieces, this early dime is housed in an old PCGS Holder and hails from the Starr collection. Fresh and off the market for over 20 years, this piece exhibits beautiful rose, blue, and golden highlights and is ideal for the collector who truly appreciates rarity. CAC approved for quality.
Rare proof-only issue with gorgeous eye appeal. Orange central highlights with blue and magenta rim tones surrounding the near Cameo fields. The reverse is absolutely amazing with rose, blue, and golden highlights throughout. Only 350 coins struck!
The 1796 quarter is a one-year type coin that is highly sought by collectors as a first year issue of all quarter dollars. Smooth surfaces with light lavender and blue highlights around the central devices. A true beauty with fantastic eye appeal.
Great draped bust type coin. A condition census example of the B-3 die variety, it was struck from clashed dies and is rather weakly defined in the central devices, as is typical for the issue. Pretty pink tones highlight the rim with gorgeous, lustrous fields overall. An ideal example for the type coin collector!
From a mintage of 260,000 pieces only a single example is graded finer by PCGS. The lovely lilac and blue tints surrounding the rose centers highlight this piece. Far nicer than the other MS65 examples and perfectly original.
Barber half collectors know that the Micro O is the rarest widely-collected issue in the series. There are only a few dozen known in all grades and even low grade examples are really scarce and shouldn't be passed up. CAC approved for quality.
The 1921-S is the key to the Walker set in most grades from VG-MS64. Gem examples are incredibly scarce and are offered very infrequently. This lovely piece displays a light golden patina with a hint of rose near the rims, with the strike and luster exactly what you'd expect (and want!) from the date. It's one of our favorite dates/grades in the popular Walking Liberty Half Dollar series, and it's a great showcase coin for the advanced or beginner collector. Value: The CPG lists this key date with a value at $108,900 with the PCGS Price Guide at an even $110,000. The NGC Price Guide comes in a bit stronger at $116,000! With the most recent PCGS example selling for over these numbers, and the lack of availability of this date/grade in anything similar as far as condition, we are offering this coin for a discounted price of $72,500 via Make Offer as one of our centerpiece Coins We Love
Scarce, high-end example of this popular issue from the US mint. Described by some as a pattern, these coins are popular amongst collectors of all types. CAC approved for quality.
Rare proof-only Seated dollar issue from a tiny mintage of just 300 coins. There is only 1 other example known finer than this piece with the Cameo designation, which displays gorgeous, pristine gem surfaces. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.
A major rarity in mint state in the Morgan dollar series, the 1884-S is a well-known key date. High grade examples of MS63, or finer, are extremely scarce. So tough in fact that PCGS has graded a single MS65 coin! The MS63+ with CAC approval is an elite Morgan dollar worthy of a top collection. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Popular, scarce Carson City Morgan dollar issue that is so close to gem grades, but for a fraction of the price. Lovely, white surfaces with great overall eye appeal. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.